Top Middle Tennessee Stories of the Week: January 30, 2023


Here are our top stories from across Middle Tennessee, from January 30 to February 3, 2023.

Cheatham County Source

  • UPDATE: Missing 39-Year-Old Spring Hill Man Takes Own Life
    It is with extreme sorrow to report that last night Sean died of suicide. The SHPD sends our condolences to his family and everyone who knew him. Read more.

  • Crumbl Cookie Weekly Menu Through February 4, 2023
    Crumbl Cookies’ latest limited-time cookies for the week ending February 4, 2023. Find a location near you right here! Each week, their menu rotates to give you 6 deliciously gourmet flavors to experience. Read more.

  • Tips for Driving in Icy Conditions
    The National Weather Service has issued another Winter Weather Advisory in effect from 6pm Tuesday, January 31 through 11am Wednesday, February 1. Read more.

Davidson County Source

  • 2023 Events at Nissan Stadium
    Nissan Stadium is home to the Tennessee Titans but it also host a variety of events. Read more.

  • Nashville Woman Sentenced To Federal Prison For Ponzi Scheme
    A Nashville woman who bilked investors by claiming that her sports marketing agency represented famous athletes was sentenced yesterday to 70 months in federal prison, announced U.S. Attorney Henry C. Leventis for the Middle District of Tennessee. Read more.

  • Woman Shot Monday Walking at Esteswood Dr. and Trimble Rd
    Teams of detectives are working to identify the two males who attacked and then shot a 26-year-old woman as she walked in the 4300 block of Esteswood Drive at the Trimble Road intersection at 11:38 p.m. Monday. Read more.

Dickson County Source

  • Dickson Police Need Help Identifying This Person of Interest
    Please help identify this subject. If you have any information, please contact Detective Campbell at 615-441-9565, or you can message this page. Read more.

  • Nashville’s Weekly Most Wanted as of January 31, 2023
    Here is the latest Top 10 most wanted in Nashville as of January 31, 2023, provided by Metro Criminal Warrants Division. Read more.

  • There will Soon be a Nashville Version of Monopoly
    Monopoly, featuring all of your favorite Nashville landmarks, could soon be a game you play with your family. Read more.

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